At thirty something years of age, Christopher Long is a relatively young writer. Dark, supernatural stories are his life blood. His first novella, The Compressionist, was published early Spring of 2014.
Since then he has released five more novellas, three collections and a debut novel. Something Needs Bleeding.
He writes like a man possessed and has a back catalogue of work that Stephen King or Kensington Gore himself would be proud of.
For Chris, stories are a means of escape. Not always to a place your average person or writer would go, but a dark, scary place that Chris feels most at home. The dark places that are in all our minds.
"To put it simply, this book scared me. Well written, and intriguing, I was hooked from the first and soon found myself shouting at the page - as our heroine stepped blindly towards her fate. Well done Mr Long; you have converted me to the horror genre."
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Christopher Long's debut horror novel. The last book written by legendary writer Thomas Singer, edited by Christopher Long. A book inside a book you could say.
Kensington Gore is a man on a mission. He always aims to give his readers something fresh from the world of horror. Only this time he is offering you something a little different. This time he is offering you a piece of horror history to call your very own.
Collected in this volume are the final works of one of the great unsung heroes of horror, Thomas Singer. Singer was a man who truly knew how to terrify his readers with his strange, nightmarish tales. Sadly, though, he never received the acclaim in life he so rightly deserved. Following the mysterious death of the reclusive writer earlier this year, Kensington Gore Publishing author Christopher Long was invited to help edit Singer's final five bone chilling tales and introduce them to the world.
There are many rumours and theories about what secrets these stories may hold. Singer himself selected them from his extensive back catalogue and held them back to be released only after his death.
So read Something Needs Bleeding, if you dare. See what you can find hidden in the final pages Thomas Singer had to offer the world. Just be careful you don't come away with blood all over you.